Marks: ‘It’s exciting for us to work with a team with such a rich history and a proud fan base’

In a day and age where technology is essential to every day life, the Sacramento Kings are looking to utilize the importance society places on technology to make fans’ experiences the best they can be. At the beginning of the month it was announced that the Kings would become the first NBA ... More

Wayne Tinkle on Marquese Chriss: ‘The sky is the limit’

The 2016 NBA Draft is less than a week away and a potential homecoming could be in store for former University of Washington power forward and Sacramento, California native Marquese Chriss. Chriss, 18, is a hard to miss top-10 prospect—standing at 6-foot-9 and 225 pounds—and the Sacram... More

Cousins promoting a positive outlook to the youth in Sacramento

In 2015, more than 85,000, or 24 percent, of children in Sacramento County fell under the poverty line. To put things into perspective, all the children who fell into poverty can fill the Golden 1 Center (capacity of 17,500) nearly five times. Being in poverty can affect children in multiple ... More

Cousins: ‘I’ve always wanted to be on the Olympic team’

Every four years, an opportunity presents itself for the best athletes in the world to compete in their respective sports, the Olympics. Since earning bronze in the 2004 Athens Olympics, Team USA Basketball has dominated the past two Olympics by earning gold and winning by an average of 35.4 ... More

The harsh reality of facing reality

Carmichael Dave's exclusive interview with DeMarcus Cousins has sparked a new level of debate in Sacramento. There are always two sides to a story, but this polarizing figure has always said the right things in terms of “wanting” to win and putting the Kings back on the map. The big ... More

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McCollum: ‘I thought the Kings were going to draft me’

In 2013, the Sacramento Kings had the seventh overall pick in the NBA draft. Having little backcourt depth, the team needed a guard who could score and shoot the ball efficiently from the perimeter. Freshman guard Ben McLemore from the Kansas Jayhawks slipped out of the top five due to the ... More

McLemore: Amid Roster Additions, “Sacrifices needed to be made”

With seven games remaining in his third NBA season, Ben McLemore has yet to live up to the expectations of analysts and scouts, who compared him to Ray Allen and raved about his mouth-watering combination of athleticism and shooting ability. To be fair, the instability of the franchise and a ... More

Wall on Cousins: ‘He’s the most skilled big man’

John Wall and DeMarcus Cousins are very good friends. Both had success in high school and at Kentucky but Wall is the lone Wildcat of the two who has tasted a little bit of success in the NBA. Wall has reached the playoffs twice in his career and Cousins has barley reached 30 wins for the first ... More

Omri Casspi’s recent struggles from beyond the arc

As Omri Casspi put on his slick plaid suit, you could see the frustration all over his face. He would move his head side-to-side in dismay. He had recently found out that he was snubbed from the NBA Three-Point Contest even after having an indelible shootout against the best shooter in the ... More

Are the Kings doomed for NBA purgatory?

The NBA trade deadline came and went and the Sacramento Kings were one of many teams that decided against making a move. The summer ahead is one of uncertainty. With the salary cap set to rise from $70 million to potentially $90 million next season (ESPN.com), players and front offices alike ... More